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they declined comment. one victim is sara castromata. she is frock oakley, and they asked us not to use their photos in the report. we agreed. sergeantors say sergeant lopez was a machinegunner and instruct you're in quantico. on thursday night agents say he gunned down cat stro matta, and corp jacob wooley, from mississippi, and then killed himself. agents have not described a motive in this double murder-suicide. in the newsroom, sergio quinn quintana. >> ama: a manhunt is underway across california. police are looking for juan ramirez, accused of stabbing ask -- and kill his ex-girlfriend. >> lisa: the victim lived in the
apartment behind me. you can see the flours flowers d candles. people have been coming by four hours to pay their respects. >> they potentially arrived with candles, crosses, and condolences. they are mourning the loss of their friend and family member, sandra cruz gonsales. she young mother was stabbed to death a few feet from her home. now the manhunt is on for juan ramirez, the 29-year-old ex-boyfriend. >> the suspect and the victim had a dating relationship that ended two years ago. apparently he a has been trying to stalk the victim, multiple encounters with the police, reporting this activity. >> crews gonzalez lived here withher son. she was outside in a parking lot when ramirez attacked her. stabbing her in the neck and arms. >> held her head up, kept pressure on it, and i said, who
did this, any name? she couldn't talk. >> ramirez ran away and police and the s.w.a.t. team surrounded the area. a door-to-door search led nowhere. during the time residents were told to stay in their homes. he was in his apartment for three hours and new cruz gonzalez but didn't know about her ex-boyfriend. >> she was nice. and had no trouble out of anybody. >> police believe ramirez is driving this green pickup truck to mexico. detectives admit what happened yesterday is not only sad but frustrating. >> she was doing all the right things. contacting the police department, reporting these crimes. pulling out restraining orders, trying to protect herself. it's very unfortunate this happened. reporter: and this was san jose's tenth homicide of the year. live in san jose tonight, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news.
>> ama: a san francisco club is closed after a shooting left three people wounded. it happened after 330 rich nightclub in south beach. one man is in critical but stable condition in the hospital. witnesses say dozens of shots were fired by one or more gunmen after an altercation. >> a big fight broke out, almost like a rumble. out of nowhere there was shot fired inside the club, there wad pandemonium, people scrambling everywhere. >> employing collected more than 50 pieces of evidence from the crime scene that stretched from the club, um the aley, -- alley, to a parking lot. a victim was pulled up conscious from a house fire tonight in san francisco. the fire broke out in the diamond heights neighborhood shortly after 9:00. this charred mattress is what is
left. the victim is hospitalized with nonlife-threatening injuries. >> the racing is back on track in marysville where two people were killed in a freak accident at the raceway a week ago tomorrow. marcus johnson was laid to rest in a private ceremony today. a public memorial is planned for tomorrow. flags were flown at half staff and a moment of silence was observed for marcus and bill wondergen. fans filled the stands in support of the victim and the sport. >> a real close family. we love coming here and watching this. what happened last weekend was sad. i think it's great everybody is here and still racing. >> ama: the crash is still under investigation but police say mechanical failure in the racecar appears to be the likely cause. new details on a fatal head-on collision that closed highway 84 in pinole two hours
this morning. a man was killed when his dodge see dan ran into an suv on the highway just west of main street after 9:00. you can see the tremendous impact of the crash that left both vehicles badly mangled. three passengers in the suv were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. chp is investigating the cause of the crash. for the second time this month, santa clara county paid cash for weapons. a gun buyback was held this morning in san jose. people turned in guns and they no longer wanted and got cash for their efforts. >> never use it. i don't want to take that chance,nd using angry and using it. so, it's a good time to turn it in and make a profit. >> last year we finally reached the level of 12 guns. this year we have now gone over 500 guns just in this event alone. >> ama: $100 for handguns and rifles, 200 for assault-type weapons. more than 1100 weapons were
turned in at the buyback three weeks ago. let's head now to meteorologist leigh glaser for the first check on weather. >> leigh: seeing some high clouds out there, also clear sky. live doppler 7hd showing you moisture on the returns, but clearly you can see some high clouds off the coastline and that win wrap in overnight. right now, beautiful shot of the embarcadero. san francisco 51 right now. san jose, 52. 49 in half moon bay. another beautiful day tomorrow and then after that showers return. >> ama: it may be spring but winter still has a firm grip on much of the united states inch denver, colorado, travelers were stopped cold by major crash. nearly 50 cars were involved, including this semi that caught on fire. whiteout conditions closed down more than 150 miles of interstate 70 from denver to
kansas. a different kind of mess in birmingham, alabama, overnight rain caused major flooding. cars trapped, unable to move in the water that was more than a foot deep and more serious weather is expected, including hail. >> in florida, state of emergency has been declared in columbia county because of flooding and wind damage. more than 200 trees have fallen in the area. six families have been displaced by the severe thunderstorm. >> there's one very lucky person in new jersey tonight. he or she has won over $338 million. that was the amount in the powerball jackpot, the sixth largest ever. the drawing was a few hours ago. players in 42 states, washington, dc, and the virgin island, drove up the kitty. californians will soon be able to join in the fun. tickets will bell offered for sale beginning april 8th. >> still to come at 11:00.
it's lights out across the world, why the power went off on the bay bridge, the golden gate bridge, and other landmarks across the world. >> later, hugs and history.
>> ama: the lights are back on across the bay tonight. you're looking live at the bay bridge and the ferry building right now. earlier some of san francisco's most iconic landmarks went dark for an hour, all part of a global effort to get people to think about conserve vacation. the event is called earth power. >> 8:30 tonight the towers of
the golden gate bridge went dark, the art installation on the bay bridge went dark, and san francisco city hall went dark. at least one person came to civic center to see the lights go out. >> i never seen it ever. >> the lights going out is all part of earth hour. >> reminds us all of the sustainability. >> because of programs like the city's recent ban on plastic shopping bags, efforts to promote solar energy, and the city's comprehensive composting program, this year san francisco was named earth hour city capitol for the u.s. i talked to the earth hour ceo by skype from singapore. >> managers would say, save money by cut you're usi power you're using and make your city a better place to live in, which is what san francisco has done. reporter: and san francisco joined other cities around the world with lights out. at 8:30 local time in sidney, australia, they darkened the
bridge, and the house of parliament in london went out. the switching the lights off for an hour are to encourage the public. >> we hoped people would think about earth hour, hour by hour, every day. >> ama: o problems of achieving a clean environment is underscored by a new united nations study. incredibly, the study found more people around the world have access to cell phones than to a working toilet. u.s. officials say this goes to the heart of human dignity for billions of people. >> if you plan on buying an ipad, make sure you're actually getting an ipad. several fake tablets have been sold to unsuspecting customers in legitimate stores. a massachusetts woman says the ipad she bought was really a plastic cube. she got a refund. best buy has had similar fake
ipad incidents. the stores are not commenting but the theories the scammers are stealing the ipads and replacing them with the fakes. >> part of interstate 880 will close overnight for construction. the closure will take place on the northbound lanes from 1:00 to 6:00 a.m. a detour will be available. bart provided us with this time lapse video from last weekend's closure. it's part of the construction project for the oakland airport connector system. >> parking restrictions for the running festival. gets underway at 7:30 sunday morning. this is the full closure for the full 26.2-mile marry -- marathon. for more information, go to >> any traffic detour, you can download our exclusive abc7 abc7
news app. let's good to leigh glaser. >> leigh: sunday looks terrific, like the afternoon we had today. live doppler 7hd picking up a few high clouds. they will continue to venture over the bay area, overnight tonight, a nice live shot from the high definition east bay cam. highs today, warm nicely, near 70 for santa rosa, oakland, concord, livermore, 68, and the shot from the high definition rooftop cam, the bay bridge here and the embarcadero. a few clouds overhead. more current readings for you, santa rosa, 46. hayward, clear sky, 52. hoarse the forecast highlights. high clouds will be moving in and out of the bay area overnight. it will be a cool night.
mostly sunny and mild for now jesus afternoon, and then we'll see showers move in here as we head into the middle part of next week, here's a look at the lows, north bay, and east bay locations, protected valley areas. that's where the coldest numbers will be. so santa rosa, 39. 39 for livermore, the closer to the bay, the peninsula, and the coast, temperatures moderate in the mid-to-low 40s. pacific satellite showing you high pressure off the coast. these are some of the high clouds that this high is just going to have to drift over the bay area. so, tomorrow much like today, high stays put. so patchy high clouds, plenty of sunshine. a little warmer tomorrow, and then monday and tuesday, this high will start to relax, and that will open the door to about two or three very weak systems that will brush by the bay area, bringing us a chance of showers next week. sunday morning, 5:00 a.m., we'll see the high clouds on the move, and by lunchtime, you'll see a
mixture of high clouds and sunshine. temperatures will be warming up a few degrees more than what we were this afternoon. san jose tomorrow, 70. 69, santa clara. at the coast, upper 50s. the peninsula looks terrific. temperatures in the 70s in some spots. 62, downtown san francisco, north bay, flirting with the 70s. 70 for napa. east bay, hayward, 66. a terrific afternoon for oakland. 68. interior east bay. mid-to-low 70s tomorrow. means concord, 70. 72 antioch. livermore, 72. here's the seven-day forecast. the big changes come tuesday and wednesday. temperatures trop, clouds move in. a chance of showers wednesday night, better chance thursday into friday, and the forecast models want to bring showers in for next easter weekend as well.
even on easter sunday. of course we'll keepie posted on that in case that does happen. abc7 news has another great weather resource for you. follow@live doppler hd on twitter, and you can get video forecasts, "spare the air" alerts, power outage information and weather tweets from your favorite weather team: everything will be fine. >> ama: thank you, leigh. shu is here with sports. >> mike: hoop it up. the ncaa tournament. we have a huge shocker of the number one seed. while the cal bears had their chance against syracuse, couldn't find the bottom of
>> mike: we tip off with the men's ncaa tournament. cal facing syracuse down at san jose. the bears trying to advance to
the sweet 16 for the first time in 16 years. but turnovers and a cold shooting night ended the dream. fair led the orange, 18 points, corner three, cal leading scorer, allen creab, an offnight. 3-9 from the field for eight points. 32-24 syracuse at the first half. cal cuts into the lead. great bucket by cobb but he was held to five pointsle cal now down seven. sir cuckoo ices it. he had 11. cal eliminated. syracuse advances to the sweet 16 with a 66-60 victory. we all take it as a learning experience and get better. it's all about getting better, and that experience and all, i understand what it takes to win games against teams that have another national notoriety. >> mike: upset of the day,
gonzaga gets bounced in a shocker by wichita state. jake weiss purpose punches it in. fred van fleet ices it. wichita state with the upset. gonzaga is gone. 76-70 is the final. >> for the women, lindsey gottlieb leading the bears into the tournament. boyd had 21. and a career high 13 rebounds. cal up seven. clarendon, 19 points. four of cal's starters reached double digits. jennifer brandon, two of her 15. cal crushes the bulldogs 90-76. they'll face south florida in the second round. we'll take a brief time-out before we check in on the warriors in a good news/bad news
situation. good new york they win. bad news, seth curry tweaks his right ankle and had to leave with 35 points. high
>> mike: warriors hosting the wizards in a game that should have been anything but a w for the warriors. but steph curry goes out with a sprained ankle. thompson to the rack. but an even bigger night for steph curry. puts the warriors up 18 at the half. third quarter. curry, long pass for the alley-oop. over his back. ten points. curry had 35 but in the fourth, chick it out. rolls his right ankle. leaves the game, did not return. warriors win but all eyes are 0 on steph curry's ankle. they host the lakers on monday. >> sharks hosted by minnesota and cannot buy a goal.
san jose has the fewest scores in league this season with only 71 and cooperate add to the talley getting shut out. dejardin, denied by backstrom. wide open. doesn't miss. 1-0 wild. sharks penalty kills the best part of the game but couldn't stop century john. san jose shut out for the third time this season. 2-0. >> season open are for the saber cats and aaron garcia facing san antonio. threw five t.d.'s and his 1,200th career td pass. cats up five. fourth and goal for san antonio, and the those imcomplete, and the sake kerr -- sabre cats win
their season opener. go to the pit. hosting the seattle sounders. chris from 22 yards out and in. that would be the only goal of the game. the earthquakes win it, 1-nil. >> down three at the arnold palmer invitational. rain puts the gators water. tiger woods takes the load. he has a two-extreme win. if he wins the tournament he'll win number one in the world for the first time since 2002. and he -- since 2010. this abc7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. coming up, cal state football. and a former cal bear trying to help out in his community. there's one happy news director in this building at her syracuse orange win. i won't mention any names, tracy.
but i know she was at the game and had a good time. it was exciting to see her former team win. probably get a call right after this. >> ama: an historic meeting between two popes, the event that has not happened in centuries. >> you don't think of that. >> ama: a strange lesson in love. a man was supposed to be a hero and it went wrong. >> a viral video bay area
>> ama: good evening, i'm ama daetz. in tonight's headlines, 25-year-old sergeant eusebio is
the marine who killed two other marines and himself. sara castromata was a victim and another colonel was killed in the incident. >> a statewide man hint is underway for juan rams me after he stabbed his government. >> a san francisco nightclub is closed after a triple shooting this morning. one of the victims is in critical condition. all victims are from the east bay. san leandro police are investigating the city's first hd hd -- homicide of the year. man was murdered when he came to defend his mother-in-law. the woman was unloading her car when someone tried to rob her. an unidentified 33-year-old man was shot when he tried to help her. police are looking for two suspects, possibly a man and a woman, who drove away in a dark
colored see dan. >> new details about an officer-involved shooting that wounded a castro valley man. the 49-year-old parolee was shot after pointing what looked to be a rifle at alameda county sheriff's deputies. deputies now say the gun was fake, made of wood. you can see it in our video here. the incident began last night when his family called 9-1-1 to report he was acting erratically. deputies say he also called 9-1-1 and threatened to kill deputies when they arrived. >> oakland city officials are continuing their community outreach to help fight crime today was the fifth in a series of town hall meetings. at the memorial cathedral on telegraph of newsom city leaders listened to the residents and posed questions of their own. the chief says it's an effort to partner with the people in oakland. >> reaching out to the community, having them be part of our community, part of the police department, so we can let people know what is going on and
how they, the community, can help take ownership of the problems in oakland. >> ama: the final meeting in the series is april 27th. with the world watching, 600 years of history changed course today the new pope of the catholic church met with his predecessor. here's what happened when francis met benedict. >> the path and future of the roman catholic church came face-to-face in a history making embrace. the new pope made a pilgrimam of sorts to visit pope benedict xvi. who retired. what might have been an awkward confrontation seemed instead a meeting of friends. the two men collapsed hands repeatedly. >> he wanted to say to him, you still matter. and on a human level that was the significance of the meeting.
>> the 85-year-old benedict, who left the papacy citing frail health, looks delicate as he walked gingerly with a cane. francis knelt andde pride side-by-side with his predecessor. francis brought benedict a gift, an icon called the madonna of humility. i thought of you, said francis, you gave souse many signs of humility. >> thank you, said benedict. the two men spoke in private for 45 minutes and then lunched together. they have much to talk about. benedict left the church in a sea of trouble. >> it would be natural for a sitting pope, if he has a former pope a few hundred yards away to every now and then ask him for some kind of advise. however i have a feeling francis is going his own way. >> if francis wants
counsel he won't need to go far. tomorrow pope francis marks palm sunday at the vatican. there will be a blessing of the palms, progression, and mass in st. peters square. >> president obama is back in the white house following his four-day trip to the middle east. the president met with the leaders of israel, jordan, and the palestinian authority. and has been hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough, the president persuaded israel to apologize to turkey for a commando raid that killed activists. >> this morning senators approved a budget for the first time in four years. it took 13 hours of debates. >> over the last two decades, i've averaged -- considered 7le -- 78 amends. with done 100, doing this has
been a herculean feat. >> not a single republican voted in favor of the budget that calls for new taxes and fewer spending cuts than the house budget plan. the senate adjourned for easter recess immediately after the vote. >> anyone out there who thinks they have been on the world's worst date, you have to hear what happened to a woman in alaska. she says her date started out great. went for a walk in the woods but at some point they heard a russelling in the bushes and a man jumped out at them with a large knife. she said she took off running, went over a cliff and called 9-1-1. when police arrived, siegel emerged from the woods with cuts on his arms and chest. the police said the wounds were and, and during questioning he said he staged the attack so he could rescue her and impress then. woman.
>> i was very upset. yo to impress somebody, impress them with the good stuff you can do, buy them flowers, have a good job, good education. >> and where do you go from there? the police decided not to charge siegel with the crime because he admitted being behind the fake attack. >> cameras seem to be everywhere and one man's fun with video is going viral. >> the streak across the sky stirring up a friends -- frenzy online. >> a last look at live doppler 7hd and
it's a special effect you have seen in multimillion dollar movies. one man decided he could do it for lesss' wound up with a top trending video on youtube. here's more on the local film olympicer -- filmmaker whose phone won't stop ringing. >> six months for mark donohue to produce this stop motion video that got two million hits. >> we came up with this technique called lyric lapsing, which is like time lapsing and stop motion and adding lyrics.
>> now he has done it again. a video innovation gone viral. >> i'm mark, and this is mine. >> up to 20 of the tiny tam razz fit on this metal arc he made with a frequent. >> we wanted to depict bullet time which you see in the matrix. >> the famous time bending effect was originally done with dozens of film cameras but donohue's rig fits in two hands, costs $3,000, and does this. >> what you don't see is the incredible amount of patience that has gone into it. hours spent on a shot that lasts seconds and many here hours editing. >> every single layer is a different camera. >> it's not only the effects that looks like the matrix. it's also his computer screen filled with 72 layers of video. >> my computer started crashing at the end of this project. so i was like, flipping out if
it was going to hold up. >> the raw video fills shelfs and shelfs of hard drives. >> 15,000 gigs. >> after being viewed half a million times in just two days the video is paying off. >> for sure. we'd love the effect. so that's what you're looking for? and you're out of texas? >> he is getting calls for work from just about anyone. the go pro camera company made it the video of the day. >> once get the okay to get more cameras, we're going to go wild. >> ama: that is very cool. a fire ball that lit up the sky over the eastern seaboard raised new concerns over how prepared the country is to deal with a meteor aimed straight at us. security cameras from new england to florida caught the meteor as it flew over last night. this one was the size of a freeman, so -- of a refrigerator. this comes after a larger
meteorite crashed interest a russian victim, and -- russian village. >> in russia it was 50 or 60 feet across, and almost like a nuclear bomb but without the raid -- radiation. >> the number of city killers is in the range of 10,000 or more. >> better detext of these event could better help us evacuate target areas as well as one day even redirect their path. leigh glaser is keeping her eye on the path of the weather. >> leigh: all clear, live doppler 7hd sweeping wide. clouds moving in towards marin county so we'll see them filter in throughout the course of overnight and tomorrow. denver, slammed. a foot of snow there. trying to ease tomorrow. 27 degrees, but the snow is headed to chicago, st. louis, ohio.
and even new york city has potential for snow monday. so possiblys' flight delays there. as the next 4 hours or so. here closer to home, los angeles tomorrow, nice, 74. 78, fresno. 75 for sacramento. and here's a look ahead at the seven-day forecast. nice day for the bay area. high clouds, sunshine, 70s inland. 50s at the coast. we bring in the clouds tuesday and wednesday. temperatures cool. chance of showers developing thursday and friday. with highs only in the mid-to-low 60s across much of the bay area, and then next weekend looks a little wet as well. we'll keep you posted. >> thank you so much, leigh. >> shoe is -- shu is here in sports. >> mike: the new cal football coach got -- started today.
>> mike: the sunny dikes era for cal football started today with the spring game. known for his wide office at louisiana tech. jack cline, thought this would help get him to the top of the
chart. the biggest t.d. of the game came from -- it's marchand lynch. the former cal bear, goes untouched mostly because the coaches told the defense not to touch him. >> speaking of cal football. former bear linebacker held a bowling event to help his foundation. marchand lynch was there the aces foundation goal is to help every youth aspire to accountable, giving back to community, higher education and spiritual growth in sports. >> when i grew up i had somebody who really stepped up and taught me how to be a man. today there's a lack of that. whatever the reason may be. but there's a void that needs to be filled and there's people doing it, and the more we have, the better off the world will be. >> good for lorenzo. >> ncaa tournament, cal facing syracuse. bears trial to advance for the first time in 16 years but
turnovers and a cold shooting night ended the dream. cal leading scorer, allen crabbe, offnight. he was 3-9 from the field. second half. michael carter-williams. the layin. cal tries to cut the lead. great bucket by cobb but he was held to five points. cal eliminated from the tournament. syracuse advances to sweet 16 with the victory. >> you know, we all take it as a learning experience and we'll get better. and it's all about getting better and understanding what it takes to win games against teams that have another national notoriety. >> mike: upset of the day, gonzaga gets bounded by the shockers of wichita state. wider in punches it in.
wichita state led by five at the break. shocker, a season-high 14 threes, club this one. cal state -- wichita state with the upset. >> for the women, lindsey gottlieb leading the cal bears to the tournament. brittany boyd had a career high 13 boards. clarendon, 19 points. an easy jumper. cal up 61-48. four of cal's starters reached double digits, including jennifer brandon, tw of -- two of her 17 here. they face south florida in lubbock in the second round. costly.ors hosting the -- it c. clay thompson puts up 18. working on taking it to the rack. curry, 20 points in the first half. huge three here. warriors up 18 at the break.
in the third, curry. the long alley-oop to bogut. he had ten. curry had 35 but in the fourth rolls his right ankle. left the game. did not return. warriors win but all eyes are on steph curry's ankle. he said he was fine after the game. they host the lakers0s machines in. >> shocks in minnesota and cannot buy a goal. the fewest goals in the league with only 71 and couldn't add today because they got shutout. a rare penalty shot. the denial. second period. parise is wide open. doesn't miss. shark penalty kill the best part of the year but not today. san jose shut out for the third time this season. season opener for the sabre cats and the new quarterback garcia.
had 50 t.d.'s including this one. whittaker, cats up, fourth and goal. san antonio's throw is incomplete. sabre cats win win 47-42. to the pitch. earthquakes hosting seattle. stoppage time. le 42 yards out and in. the only goal of the game. earthquakes win 1-nil and this abc sports report brought to you by riff rock casino. a busy day in sports. >> ama: yeah. >> mike: back tomorrow with the same thing. >> ama: thank you, shu. and thank you for joining us. that it for this edition of abc7 news. for everybody hereby, thank you for joining us. and don't pouring get abc7 news exclusive alarm clock app is available for android, iphone, tablets, and
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